This PowerPoint presentation covers the basic steps required to simplify radical expressions. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes when I first introduce the topic of simplifying radical expressions, thus, it is classroom tested. It is a fully animated ppt presentation and also functions like a guided notes worksheet as it includes seven (7) examples for the students to complete on their copy of the slides as the teacher goes through the presentation. It highlights the six (6) basic steps I use to simplify radicals and each of the 7 examples repeats the steps to help the students remember them. This presentation summary is designed to follow and be a companion to the 2 other PPT summary presentations I created titled "Multiplying Radicals" and "Adding & Subtracting Radicals" which are also on my TPT site. It is a great study guide for students to use when preparing for their test or assessment on this subject.